General Tufto was furious when he heard she was gone, and Mrs. Brent furious with him for being furious; Lieutenant Spooney was cut to the heart; and the landlord got ready his best apartments previous to the return of the fascinating little woman and her husband.
My lord nearly sent Jos off his legs with the most fascinating smile.
Jos went away, convinced that she was the most virtuous, as she was one of the most fascinating of women, and revolving in his mind all sorts of benevolent schemes for her welfare.
It was a bewildering and fascinating place.
It is also good because of the enlarged horizon it gives us, because the spectacle of nature is a marvellous and fascinating one, full of a serious sadness and large peace, which gives us back our birthright as children of the planet and naturalizes us upon the earth.
They flaunt their conjugal felicity in one's face, as if it were the most fascinating of sins.
Society, civilised society at least, is never very ready to believe anything to the detriment of those who are both rich and fascinating.
Lebedeff then, in tragic tones, told of the approaching marriage, whereupon the other nodded his head and replied that, after all, marriages like that were not so rare; that he had heard that the lady was very fascinating and of extraordinary beauty, which was enough to explain the infatuation of a wealthy man; that, further, thanks to the liberality of Totski and of Rogojin, she possessed—so he had heard—not only money, but pearls, diamonds, shawls, and furniture, and consequently she could not be considered a bad match.
Madame Hohlakov had been slightly ailing for thelast three weeks: her foot had for some reason swollen up, andthough she was not in bed, she lay all day half-reclining on the couchin her boudoir, in a fascinating but decorous deshabille.
Throughout their revels he kept close to hisadored mistress, who was at the banquet with him and was more charmingand fascinating to him than ever-he did not leave her side, abasinghimself in his homage before her.
The first important picture of the impressionistic school--a heavy spring rain in a grove of silver poplars by Winthrop--had been shown in the window of this firm, fascinating Eugene with its technique.
It made him all the more fascinating in her eyes.
Now God curse her for a siren, a love thief, a hypnotizing snake, fascinating men with her evil eyes.
She was looking at her only tonight thinking how fascinating she was--how fair her face--and here was Eugene bewitched by it, completely undone.
You want nothing but patience--or give it a more fascinating name, call it hope.
What he did in Africa, and how he worked, may be learnt from his own ‘Missionary Travels,’ one of the most fascinating books of its kind that has ever been given to the public.
It is humiliating to have to confess that this conceit of Peter was one of his most fascinating qualities.
Of course it's frightfully fascinating, but you see I am only a little girl.
A Polish count, aged eighteen, devoted himself to the ladies, who pronounced him, 'a fascinating dear', and a German Serene Something, having come to supper alone, roamed vaguely about, seeking what he might devour.
He is showing you something of himself every moment and if you are interested in human nature, as your reading of this book suggests, you are going to find him a fascinating subject.
It was a fascinating effort, with very mixed results.
Plus there was something fascinating about the organization of these characters -- they all came in through proxies, but by watching their sleep schedules and sniffing their chatter he knew that they were scattered all across the Pacific Rim and the subcontinent.
She intended to urge him on in every possible way, and she possessed remarkable powers of fascinating men and was aware of it.
"Well, it doesn't seem quite true to me that I am fascinating."
----------------------------------------------------------------------- POLLY THE PAGAN Her Lost Love Letters By Isabel Anderson With an appreciative Foreword by Basil King Cloth decorative, 12mo, illustrated, $1.90 Isabel Anderson, who heretofore has confined her literary talents to writing of presidents and diplomats and fascinating foreign lands, contributes to our list her first novel, POLLY THE PAGAN, a story of European life and "high society."
The character drawing is clever, and the suspense as to whom the fascinating Polly will marry, if indeed the mysterious young lady will marry anybody, is admirably sustained.
MISS BILLY (93rd thousand) Cloth decorative, with a frontispiece in full color from a painting by G. Tyng, $1.90 "There is something altogether fascinating about 'Miss Billy,' some inexplicable feminine characteristic that seems to demand the individual attention of the reader from the moment we open the book until we reluctantly turn the last page.
To dream of asceticism, denotes that you will cultivate strange principles and views, rendering yourself fascinating to strangers, but repulsive to friends.
Upon hearing the weird music of a guitar, the dreamer should fortify herself against flattery and soft persuasion, for she is in danger of being tempted by a fascinating evil.
For a young woman to dream of young lions, denotes new and fascinating lovers.
I was familiar with the latest research on this bizarre zoophyte— which turns to stone while taking on a tree form, as some naturalists have very aptly observed—and nothing could have been more fascinating to me than to visit one of these petrified forests that nature has planted on the bottom of the sea.
“I’m all for gingerbread,” I said, “but let’s resume this fascinating stroll.”
A quarter of an hour later, Conseil approached me, saying:“Is it deeply fascinating, this volume master is reading?”
He really has no idea of how fascinating are the things he has done.
The many-sidedness of Conwell is one of the things that is always fascinating.
“They’re fascinating,” Miranda said, languidly. “
It’s really fascinating to smell, he assured us.
Round Head 324 PREFACE This work is a treatise upon the fascinating and valuable art of analyzing human character.
In Major Woodruff's book, "The Effects of Tropical Light Upon White Men," are to be found, set forth in a most fascinating way, evidences amounting almost to proof of the correctness of Von Schmaedel's theory.
But you have no idea how fascinating Idlewild is.
Diana says she has the loveliest fair curly hair and such fascinating eyes.
Anne had sat among the stumps and wept, not without an eye to the romance of it; but she was speedily consoled, for, after all, as she and Diana said, big girls of thirteen, going on fourteen, were too old for such childish amusements as playhouses, and there were more fascinating sports to be found about the pond.
New worlds of thought, feeling, and ambition, fresh, fascinating fields of unexplored knowledge seemed to be opening out before Anne’s eager eyes.
In words that echo Joe Engressia, one telco phreak wrote, “The phonesystem is the most interesting, fascinating thing I know of.
While the phenomena of the astral plane is probably more fascinating to the average student, I would impress upon you the importance of mastering the occult phenomena of the physical plane, before passing on to that of the higher planes.
But it’s fascinating, isn’t it?
Naturalness, openness of heart, lovable simplicity, openness of mind, and whatever else the efflorescence of na<i:>vet<e’> may be called, are fascinating qualities in children and girls, but they do not become the criminal judge.